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Mr Paul

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  1. Anonymous

    Lately there have been instances reported in the media with planes being diverted or significantly delayed due to passenger disruptions.
    Things like angry outbursts, fights, drunken behavior, etc.

    Often I can imagine these flights become delayed or diverted — causing I’d assume significant disruption to other passengers (missed connections, cancelled hotel nights, etc)

    As a passenger on a plane where this happens — are there any legal paths we can pursue should this happen?
    Things like pressing charges — and if yes, to whom and how?
    Lawsuits, etc.

    Just curious —

  2. Hugh B

    I’m not totally sure but, I think that it might be worthy of 7500ish miles or 200$ of travel compensation. Same that you get for a long delay

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